There is nothing wrong with shaking legs
If you don’t shake, you are uncomfortable
"Shake Leg Star" in life is not uncommon
But someone was beaten because of this
Recently, the People’s Procuratorate of Qingpu District, Shanghai, filed a public prosecution on a man with intentional injury.
In February 2022, the man Deng Jing watched the movie with his wife at a cinema after purchasing a movie ticket. When he saw the wonderful place, the audience shaking the legs and the seats shake.Deng Jing’s heart was dissatisfied and scolded each other loudly, "What are you doing? I can’t see it like this."
The opponent stopped shaking his legs, but he intentionally kicked the front seat with his feet intentionally or unintentionally, causing the seat to shake again.Deng Jing was furious, thinking that watching the movie was destroyed, and regardless of his wife’s blocking, he held the other party and punch a punch to the opposition.The theater was dim, and the two were twisted by them. After Deng Jing’s face of the men’s face hit a few punch, it was pulled away by several audiences.
After being identified, the man in the rear was beaten by Deng Jing, causing facial bleeding, inner wall and lower wall fractures of the right eye, forming a secondary secondary, and the court made the aforementioned judgment.
Some netizens said
He has done what I have always wanted to do
Some netizens said
Although such people are really annoying
Being beating is wrong
Some netizens said
Shaking legs is a disease, you have to cure!
Is it sick?
"Everyone who loves to shake legs lives with a sewing machine." In daily life, most people shake their legs is actually a bad living habit.In terms of, it can alleviate the soreness of the legs and the acceleration of blood flow, and help us release the emotion of nervousness and anxiety.
However, some people’s shaking legs are a disease. Medically, it is called Bing Leg syndrome. The main symptoms are manifested by shaking their legs.Or legs spasm.
Although children or adolescents sometimes appear in the developmental period, adolescence, or rapid growth period, the most common from middle -aged to the elderly.Factors that trigger Bing Leg syndrome include:
Genetic factors: Studies have found that about half of the people who have a rattling leg syndrome have a family history.
Gender: Women are more likely to suffer from indecent leg syndrome than men. It is speculated that it is due to the influence of hormones.
Anemia or iron deficiency: RLS often occurs in related diseases such as iron deficiency anemia.
Other nutritional deficiency: including magnesium deficiency or folic acid deficiency.
Varic veins: leg veins, that is, the unhealthy vein of the valve failure or the blood flowing to the legs, can cause RLS symptoms in many patients.
Chronic diseases that affect the kidney or lung: including obstructive pulmonary disease or kidney disease, can cause electrolyte imbalance.RLS is also common among patients with end -stage nephrotidosis.
Pregnancy: Studies have shown that the risk of pregnant women’s unbounded leg syndrome increased, especially in the late pregnancy, although RLS usually disappears shortly after childbirth.As many as 25%of women appear RLS during pregnancy.
Autoimmune diseases or diabetes: In patients with diabetes, neurological symptoms (such as neurotransmitters) usually occur, which may cause non -pendant leg syndrome.
Cognitive disorder: Including Parkinson’s disease.
Although there is a scientific basis for those who are involuntarily shaking their legs, everyone should not be too unhappy.
As soon as the leg behavior is indecent in public, handsome guys and fairies still have to stay dignified.
Secondly, shaking your legs is just a local exercise, and the intensity is not great. If you really want to strengthen your body, you need to work hard to exercise.
Sanlai shaking legs has psychological dependence. Although it can relieve anxiety, it can be psychologically burden if it develops into anxiety without shaking legs.
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Some materials come from: Xinmin Evening News, Science Popularization China
Edit: Yan Ping
Editor in charge: Cheng Chen